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Ken Dryden on Canadian Stereotypes

Ken Dryden on Canadian Stereotypes At one time, he was an NHL goalie for the Montreal Canadiens, and arguably one of the greatest to play the game. Today, he is a successful politician in Canadian Parliament. Throughout his life, Ken Dryden has known what Canadian identity is, and has done his best to uphold those ideals. Today, he worries these stereotypes place limits on a country that could otherwise be a strong world power. In this video, WatchMojo.com speaks with Dryden about Canadian stereotypes, as well as Canada’s place in a globalized world, as discussed in his book Becoming Canada. For more information, click Here.

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